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SAMIKSHA HEART AND DIABETIC CARE

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Welcome to samiksha heart and diabetic care. Our institution was initially started in yelahanka , north bangalore in may 2013. The reason why our centre was started to make available the basic and advanced Cardiac and diabetic services and treatment accessible early. Samiksha heart and diabetic care offers a vast array of outpatient cardiac services. Our centre is fully equipped to provide patients with all of the usual cardiodiagnostic services (ECGs, echocardiography, stress tests, holter monitors, ambulatory BP monitering etc.) needed to effectively manage your cardiovascular health. We diagnose and treat any cardiac disorder – simple or complex from diagnosis to intervention and comprehensive treatment. we share the common dream of giving you the compassionate healthcare that you deserve. Our specialized services have been designed to deliver the care that is best suited to your needs. Despite all the latest advances we feel that the old fashioned physician-patient relationship can be maintained here . We just don’t treat diseases, we care for you as a person. Accessibility, cost and care are optimal in our centre. We believe in making your concerns ours. Our services ensure your constant comfort and quick recovery. However, unlike the same services provided through the hospital our practice helps our patients reduce the cost of their health care. We look forward to seeing you in our practice, where we put our patients first. Success for us is the smile on our patients’ faces as they leave our hospital.

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Urban India becoming increasingly deficient in Vitamin D
Deficiency of this vitamin can even cause heart problems and infertility
New Delhi, 14th April 2018:A recent report by the ASSOCHAM Healthcare Committee has revealed that about 8 in 10 people in Delhi suffer from Vitamin D deficiency. Such a deficiency can cause chronic muscle pain, spasms, low energy levels, and depression. About 88% of Delhi’s population has a Vitamin D level that is less than normal. The need of the hour is to create awareness about the consequences of being deficient in this vitamin.
Vitamin D deficiency is defined as when 25-hydroxyvitamin D or 25(OH) D is less than 20 Nanogram/milliliter (ng/mL), insufficiency as between 20-29 ng/mL and sufficiency as 25 (OH) D more than 30 ng/mL.
 “A deficiency of Vitamin D deficiency can lead to bone mineralization, and bone softening diseases such as rickets in children and osteomalacia and osteoporosis in adults. The prime reason for this deficiency among people in urban cities such as Delhi could be insufficiency or non-exposure to sunlight, staying in air-conditioned rooms for long hours during the day. Vitamin D deficiency has also been associated with metabolic syndrome, heart diseases and even fertility. Five to 30 minutes of sunlight twice a week to your face, arms, legs, or back without sunscreen will enable you to make enough of the vitamin. Food and sun exposure should suffice, but if not, get 2, 000 IU of vitamin D daily from a supplement.”
The current vitamin D mantra is that 40 days in a year for at least 40 minutes. One should expose 40% of the body to the sunlight either after sunrise or just before sunset.
 “Vitamin D2 ergocalciferol is found in food items and our body makes Vitamin D3 cholecalciferol in the presence of sunlight. While both are extremely important, if D2 can be obtained from food, even little exposure to sun can help the body produce D3.”
HCFI tips for getting vitamin D from food.

The following foods are good sources of Vitamin D.
	Cod liveroil This oil comes from the liver of the cod fish and is considered extremely healthy. It helps ease joint pains and can be taken in capsule form or oil form.
	Mushrooms If you love mushrooms, you are covered. Dried shitake mushrooms are a brilliant source of Vitamin D3 as well as Vitamin B. It is low in calorie and can be consumed daily.
	Salmon This is another good source of D3, Omega 3 and protein.
	Sunflowers seeds This seed not only have Vitamin D3 but also comes with monounsaturated fats and protein.
Diabetic doctors in bangalore
Urban India becoming increasingly deficient in Vitamin D Deficiency of this vitamin can even cause heart problems and infertility New Delhi, 14th April 2018:A recent report by the ASSOCHAM Healthcare Committee has revealed that about 8 in 10 people in Delhi suffer from Vitamin D deficiency. Such a deficiency can cause chronic muscle pain, spasms, low energy levels, and depression. About 88% of Delhi’s population has a Vitamin D level that is less than normal. The need of the hour is to create awareness about the consequences of being deficient in this vitamin. Vitamin D deficiency is defined as when 25-hydroxyvitamin D or 25(OH) D is less than 20 Nanogram/milliliter (ng/mL), insufficiency as between 20-29 ng/mL and sufficiency as 25 (OH) D more than 30 ng/mL. “A deficiency of Vitamin D deficiency can lead to bone mineralization, and bone softening diseases such as rickets in children and osteomalacia and osteoporosis in adults. The prime reason for this deficiency among people in urban cities such as Delhi could be insufficiency or non-exposure to sunlight, staying in air-conditioned rooms for long hours during the day. Vitamin D deficiency has also been associated with metabolic syndrome, heart diseases and even fertility. Five to 30 minutes of sunlight twice a week to your face, arms, legs, or back without sunscreen will enable you to make enough of the vitamin. Food and sun exposure should suffice, but if not, get 2, 000 IU of vitamin D daily from a supplement.” The current vitamin D mantra is that 40 days in a year for at least 40 minutes. One should expose 40% of the body to the sunlight either after sunrise or just before sunset. “Vitamin D2 ergocalciferol is found in food items and our body makes Vitamin D3 cholecalciferol in the presence of sunlight. While both are extremely important, if D2 can be obtained from food, even little exposure to sun can help the body produce D3.” HCFI tips for getting vitamin D from food. The following foods are good sources of Vitamin D.  Cod liveroil This oil comes from the liver of the cod fish and is considered extremely healthy. It helps ease joint pains and can be taken in capsule form or oil form.  Mushrooms If you love mushrooms, you are covered. Dried shitake mushrooms are a brilliant source of Vitamin D3 as well as Vitamin B. It is low in calorie and can be consumed daily.  Salmon This is another good source of D3, Omega 3 and protein.  Sunflowers seeds This seed not only have Vitamin D3 but also comes with monounsaturated fats and protein. Diabetic doctors in bangalore
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[IS_BIZ_OPEN] Mon: 8:00 AM  -  8:30 PM
[IS_BIZ_OPEN] Tue: 8:00 AM  -  8:30 PM
[IS_BIZ_OPEN] Wed: 8:00 AM  -  8:30 PM
[IS_BIZ_OPEN] Thu: 8:00 AM  -  8:30 PM
[IS_BIZ_OPEN] Fri: 8:00 AM  -  8:30 PM
[IS_BIZ_OPEN] Sat: 8:00 AM  -  8:30 PM
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